PPBESPlanning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution System (US DoD)
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Under the circumstances of the above mentioned PPBES, a theoretical model of HR planning is proposed by Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, breaking down the Human Resource Development Process (HRDP) System into "four major quadrants: Requirements; Programming; Planning; Execution" [19].
I am reminded of a slide used in classroom presentations describing the PPBES.
In 2003, the system was renamed PPBES, and processes were put in place to ensure that data associated with budget execution would inform resource allocation decisions.
The PPBES process consists of four stages; planning, programming, budgeting, and execution.
While PPBES is designed to meet these challenges, it will clearly need a stronger governance model and some procedural adjustments to address the range of issues and tradeoff decisions awaiting the Obama administration.
With this contract win, Systalex will support Project Performance Corporation in implementing its PPBES solution at NOAA, providing key institutional and agency knowledge for the effort.
A precondition of successful implementation of PPBE system is to create the atmosphere for correct understanding of the processes by all the actors included in PPBES.
First, operational planning does not currently use the CBP construct and align with the PPBES cycle to achieve credible defense budget decisions.
In the revised PPBES process, military department officials and CINCs [Commanders-in-Chief] may create Program Change Proposals (PCPs) to affect the POM and Budget Change Proposals (BCPs) to speak to new budget needs.
Currently in the DoD, there's a major effort going on to elevate the strategic planning portion of the PPBES [planning, programming, budgeting, and execution system], and that's appropriate because you very much need that.
It examines the PPBES and current issues in resource management.
While the course gives sufficient general information about the parts of PPBES that occur in the congressional authorization and appropriation processes and at the Department of Defense (DoD) level, it concentrates on what goes on within the Army, particularly at the major command and installation levels.